“I hear voices in my head and I love that it’s totally okay.” – Alora Kate
There are many reasons why she chooses to use a Pen Name. She battled with the idea but in the end, it’s a dedication. Alora Kate is a dedication to someone special who left this world way too soon.
She doesn’t write to get rich, or famous. She does it because she loves it. If only ten people bought her book and loved it, then it was worth her time to write it. She loves to share her crazy world and characters with you.
She is a single mom of a very active 4-year old. He is her whole world, and life wasn’t complete until he came along. She is also a full-time college student studying photography and graphic design.
Jaxon and Latch, two undercover agents, are determined to bring down an infamous MC club known for sex trafficking, drugs, and violence. When strangers are a potential threat, they find their safe house quickly filling up. Things get crowded when three women and a man occupy the same house with Jaxon and Latch, and when a woman from the house is kidnapped, all bets are off. The lives of thirteen people intertwine in ways none of them would ever imagine, and life will never return to what it once was.
Dangerous situations wait for everyone involved.
Who will live, and who will pay the ultimate price?
Alora Kates debut series, The Four Seasons Series, is now available in a boxset! Book 1& 2: Not one love story but two! Follow Summer, Tristan, Hannah and Fall for the first time as they go through the ups and downs of young love. Book 3: Meet Spring and Chance on the journey of trust when an old flame of Chances shows up in town. Book 4: We finally get to meet Winter; have your tissues ready for an emotional ending to this amazing series!
Rated R; not suitable for readers under 18 due to sexual content, language, violence.
The Four Seasons Book 1
In this book you will read about not one love story but two. About a family of not only blood but heart.
Summer and Hannah are best friends; more like sisters if either, one was to be asked.
Fall is Summer’s beloved but annoying older brother. Something has changed within the fun loving brother she used to know. Now only glimpses are seen and Summer would give anything to help the brother she loves find his way out of his own personal darkness and into the light.
Tristan is Fall’s best friend and also the guy who makes Summers heart pound in a way that no one else has ever made her feel.
Hannah loves Fall; always has. Even his faults and flaw.
Tristan and Fall are footballs stars on and off the field. Fall loves sex with as many girls willing to throw themselves into his bed.
What happens when Hannah becomes one of Fall’s many?
And when Tristan notices the one girl who has always been there on the sidelines, how will Summer cope?
From Summer and Fall ~ Book 1 of 4 in The Four Seasons Series
New Adult Romance.
Recommended for 18+ due to language and sexy scenes.
** Cliffhanger **
The Four Seasons Book 2
Hannah’s unconditional love helps Fall talk about his painful past in an attempt to move forward. Old wounds are healing, but new uncertainty is looming for Hannah. Tristan told Summer a secret that he’s never told anyone and he knows she is struggling with believing him.
The story continues for Fall, Hannah, Summer and Tristan as they start new journeys of trust and relationships. They’ll be tested. Their bonds will either grow stronger or crumble under the pressure.
Between Tristan and Hannah
Book 2 of 4 in The Four Seasons Series
New Adult Romance. Recommended for 18+ due to language and sexy scenes.
The Four Seasons Book 3
The moment Chance laid eyes on Spring; he knew she was the one for him. Spring on the other hand doesn’t, or maybe she’s just afraid of her true feelings for him. Chance wants more than anything for Spring to admit to herself she’s in love with him. However, an old girlfriend of Chances shows up and things get a little out of control. How will Spring handle his ex-girlfriend coming back into his life? And why exactly is she back?
The Four Seasons Book 4
From Chase and Winter’s POV
Everyone has secrets but some are worse than others are. Some people are ashamed of their secrets. Some people are terrified of how others will react to their secrets. Chase and Winter both have secrets. They both have demons and a past that haunts them. This is the final book in The Four Seasons series and we finally get to meet Winter and Chase. How will they deal when they learn about each other’s pasts? Will Chase still continue to chase Winter?
Caution: Rated R. Not suitable for readers under 18 due to sexual content, language, violence.
The Aster Lake Series Book 1
“Now, this is going to be hard for you … but you have to leave.”
Adalyn is on the run.
From who? She doesn’t know.
From what? She doesn’t know.
“You have to trust us Adalyn,” my dad stressed.
That’s exactly what she plans on doing.
For the first time in her life, she’s on her own, and has no idea what to do.
Rudd Archer has lived in the same small town for most of his life.
He’s alone, has been since his parents were taken from him much too early.
He’s always wanted a family, a house full of kids.
Unfortunately, Rudd is a loner and keeps to himself.
What will happen when Adalyn comes stumbling into his life, renting out the apartment above his house. Is it just a coincidence, or will she be ‘the one’ for him? Will she open herself up to strangers, or will her past get in the way of her own happiness?
This is the first book in the Aster Lake Series, told from dual POV’s.
Recommended for 18+, Romantic Suspense
The Aster Lake Series Book 2
Born and raised in Aster Lake, Madi turned down the first chance she had at leaving, and even though she always wondered what it was like outside her small town was happy in her decision. When her best friend Adalyn gets kidnapped and ends up in a coma, Madi turns to alcohol and the internet to ease her pain. One drunk night and an application later she ends up being invited to participate in a reality TV show in New York City. Will she go? And if so, how will it affect her new relationship? Always My Home is a romantic, new adult novel with some reality TV flair.
Recommended for 18+ due to language and sex scenes.
One night filled with booze, drugs, handcuffs, a chair, and a little bit of sex was all it took to turn Mike’s life upside down … One Night.
1. Could you tell us a bit about your most recent release and why it is a must-read?
My recent release, The Price We Pay is very different from anything I’ve read. It follows 13 characters where all their lives and stories are connected. I’m getting amazing reviews back and I can’t wait for more people to read it.
2. What is your favorite part of this book?
The first chapter is my favorite. Marvey is a hoot!
3. In addition to being a writer, do you have a day job? If so, what is it?
I have 5 part time jobs, one of them is being an author. I work in the art department at the college, I’m a PCA, photography, designer and make book covers.
Wow! Busy lady!
4. What does your typical day look like?
I work or attend classes while my son is also at school or daycare. Our day ends around 4:30 pm and then it’s the two of us the rest of the night.
Oh, I see, you have 5 part-time and one full-time job.
5. What do you love most about the writing process?
My characters, their names and getting to write their story. I don’t plan or outline. My characters tell me their story and I do the best to get it right.
6. Of all the characters you have created, which is your favorite and why?
Fall is my favorite, from The Four Seasons Series and then, Marvey, from The Price We Pay.
7. Are your characters based off real people or did they all come entirely from your imagination?
There is something real in every book I write. Every character has a little of me in them and I think that really helps be get to know my characters because I toss in a little bit of me along the way.
8. What is the biggest surprise you experienced after becoming a writer?
The market. Trying to get my books in front of readers. I remember offering my very first book for free, and no one entered the giveaway. I didn’t know what I was doing, and was confused why people didn’t want a free book. Lol.
9. Since being a writer, what has been the best compliment?
My editor and several followers who have read every book, can see the growth in my writing and think I’m getting stronger with each book.
10. If you could ask one question from any one person, living or dead, what would it be and from whom?
I’d love to chat with Kristen Ashley but I have way more than one questions to ask her.
11. What is the toughest criticism given to you as an author?
Sometimes it’s hard to get feedback from my writing. Some people don’t get my writing style and that’s okay, I don’t tend to follow the normal when it comes to writing. I write what I want to write. Lol.
12. If you were riding in an elevator with a new writer, what wisdom would you bestow upon him/her before you reached the top floor?
Get a marketing plan together. Don’t just release a book, and not have anything planned. Find some bloggers that have time to read and review your book prior to release. Get to know some authors if you can also.
13. What is the most amusing thing that has ever happened to you?
I don’t know, my life if full of amusing things, and it’s like something weird happens every day.
14. What websites or resources have been helpful to you, as a writer?
I joined a lot of Facebook groups and author support groups on FB. There are too many to list but you can post on FB and ask what groups people are in and go from there. Some you’ll like, some you won’t.
15. Do you have any hidden or uncommon talents?
I like to paint. I’ve sold a few paintings last year and I’m trying to get back into that, but I’m trying to find my voice through a paintbrush and I’m struggling at the moment.
Oh I’m with you. I love to paint.
16. What would the main character in your most recent book have to say about you?
Marvey would love me because we’re best friends. She’d tell you to read her book and love it, Lol.
17. What is something memorable you heard from a reader/fan?
They loved The Price We Pay and thought it was my best work yet!
18. If money were no object, where would you live and why?
On a private island so I could wear pj’s all day and walk the beach.
19. Currently, how many ideas for different books do you have going/jotted down?
I have around 40 books started. They are at different stages in the writing process and I’m trying to get back to those but more stories keep popping up.
20. Where can we find you online?
Thanks so much for taking your time to share your work with us, Alora. It’s so good to get to know you. Keep up the wonderful work.